Friends of Woodstock School Annual Meeting and Reunion 2024

Friends of Woodstock School Annual Meeting and Reunion 2024

The Friends of Woodstock School Annual Meeting and Reunion 2024 took place in Estes Park, Colorado this month in the picturesque setting of the YMCA of the Rockies. Read below for highlights.

The three-day event began with the annual Board meeting of the Directors, followed by dinners, member meetings, khaanas, hikes, music, and much more. Woodstock School was represented by Principal Dr. Craig Cook along with Jamie Williams, Director of the Centre for Imagination; Akshay Shah, Director of the Hanifl Centre; Shailesh Garg, Director of Finance and Operations; Raveesh Dogra (virtually), Director of Estates; and Ady Manral, Alumni Relations Manager. The Woodstock team gave presentations on various aspects of campus life, with key updates on programs and future projects. One exciting development that got everyone excited was the plan for renovating Parker Hall. You can learn more about how you can contribute to the Parker Hall renovation and the seat naming campaign by clicking here.

Special thanks to the planning committee for their hard work in creating a very engaging three days for alumni and guests. Alumni not only had the opportunity to reconnect with each other but also had plenty of time to explore the nearby mountains and wildlife. The reunion saw participation from alumni spanning several decades, starting from the Class of 1951! The event was a wonderful time for sharing memories and stories of the hillside and years spent at Woodstock School.

The 2025 reunion will be held at the YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly in Black Mountain, North Carolina (outside of Asheville) in early June. We hope you enjoy some of these pictures and highlights from the reunion this year!

From one of the hikes in the mountains.

1 Comment
  • Helen Dobson Arnott
    Posted at 20:43h, 26 June Reply

    Thank you for this report with photos, so important for those of us who were unable to attend this year.

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